Former President Bill Clinton is offering a spirited defense of his wife’s tenure as secretary of state.
Firefighters responded to a fire at Huntington Beach State Park Wednesday Morning
State police have arrested a 19-year-old who they say set a fire, destroying two Prospect businesses in September 2015.
Platinum Plus was back in court, Tuesday. This time, the club had to answer for allegations that the state says violate terms of the consent…
More than 300 people are coming to Greenville, starting Tuesday, to focus on a major issue in the state.
A Denham Springs lawmaker’s bid to require Louisiana public school students to recite the Declaration of Independence daily has gained tract…
A statue in front of a city hall has the city divided.
SLED is investigating the shooting of a black suspect by a white police officer in a Columbia suburb.
Local, state, and federal law enforcement officers along with residents will attend the Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service In Greenvill…
A woman was ticketed after deputies say she caused an accident with a state trooper.
Winthrop University recently survey 814 South Carolina residents by phone from April 3-24 to ask participates about their thoughts on race r…
An inmate serving a life sentence for killing a Charleston woman in 2003 wants the state to help with a sex change.
During an emergency hearing on Wednesday, April 13, defense attorneys were granted a delay in the state death penalty trial of Dylann Roof.
Progress NC announced Tuesday morning that PayPal has decided not to expand in Charlotte—costing the state over 400 new jobs.
After nearly a year of debate, the South Carolina Senate has passed a road funding plan supported by Republicans.
The Tennessee Senate will consider a bill Wednesday that would make it legal for state residents to have a pet skunk.
Plans have been finalized for the second largest road project in the state.
Presidential candidates from both parties have been invited to a discussion on faith issues in South Carolina, a week before the state’s fir…
According to SC Consumer Affairs, nearly 2,000 South Carolinians were so fed up, they filed complaints with the state this year.
Newspring Church partnered with 15 elementary schools across the state to make thousand of kids very happy.